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Old 05-01-2016, 07:36 PM   #1361
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Are all the tours full?
All except the Quilting. See Frog Bob's post Here for details.

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Old 05-01-2016, 08:59 PM   #1363
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I have a 15 pack of the Amish Crack in my freezer for the Mayberry rally, hope they survive ok.
If anyone is traveling back down 77 in oh. or 70 thru Wv. I would gladly meet you for a dozen or two, they are that good Not gonna make it this year I think I might be having withdrawal symptoms
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Old 05-02-2016, 05:51 AM   #1364
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If anyone is traveling back down 77 in oh. or 70 thru Wv. I would gladly meet you for a dozen or two, they are that good Not gonna make it this year I think I might be having withdrawal symptoms
Sorry but heading down 81 for the Mayberry rally, a little out of the way
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Thank you to Oakman, Capt. Mike, and Iggy for the description and info on the "Amish Crack" subject! Donuts are my Cryptonite so I KNOW I will have to check this out while I am in Goshen!
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Old 05-02-2016, 07:50 AM   #1366
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Thank you to Oakman, Capt. Mike, and Iggy for the description and info on the "Amish Crack" subject! Donuts are my Cryptonite so I KNOW I will have to check this out while I am in Goshen!
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Old 05-02-2016, 08:02 AM   #1367
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Thank you to Oakman, Capt. Mike, and Iggy for the description and info on the "Amish Crack" subject! Donuts are my Cryptonite so I KNOW I will have to check this out while I am in Goshen!
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Same here. This will be our third time to this rally and I never knew about those! Gonna get em for sure!


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Old 05-02-2016, 08:25 AM   #1368
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Sye, its those melt-in-your-mouth, little-dusting-of-cinnamon-and-sugar lighter-than-air donuts from Rise 'n Roll Bakery, on Hwy 20 between Middlebury and Shipshewana. I'm guessing you've probably had one or two (or more), but if you haven't, you absolutely have to try one.

The best donut you've ever eaten? Nothing, compared to these.

Wonder if they come in sugar free.
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Old 05-02-2016, 08:50 AM   #1370
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Wonder if they come in sugar free.
Just curious, "What would be the point?"
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I am sure the "sugar free" version would be called: Stay in the car! LOL!
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Don't worry about sugar free!! Just have diet drink with them. All good then.

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Old 05-02-2016, 09:18 AM   #1373
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Just curious, "What would be the point?"
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We had no intention to upgrade from our Microlite. At the Cedar Creek tour they were passing out these doughnuts. Now we own a CC. Just sayin.
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:32 AM   #1376
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We had no intention to upgrade from our Microlite. At the Cedar Creek tour they were passing out these doughnuts. Now we own a CC. Just sayin.
John, I wondered WHEN you did that...now, at least I know WHY.
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Hey, enough broadcasting about the do***s. The more people that know about them the fewer do****s for the rest of us!!! You never know what could happen. The machine that makes them could get over worked and break down!!! Then what!! OMG!!
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Sye, its those melt-in-your-mouth, little-dusting-of-cinnamon-and-sugar lighter-than-air donuts from Rise 'n Roll Bakery, on Hwy 20 between Middlebury and Shipshewana. I'm guessing you've probably had one or two (or more), but if you haven't, you absolutely have to try one.

The best donut you've ever eaten? Nothing, compared to these.

If they are better than a Krispy Creme thats saying alot, but with the cinnamon Ill pass
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Old 05-02-2016, 09:46 AM   #1379
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If they are better than a Krispy Creme thats saying alot, but with the cinnamon Ill pass
Speaking of cinnamon...

If Bob has the Amish Bake Sale available again this year I highly recommend buying the cinnamon buns. They are E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T. The bake sale is another great way to pack on the empty calories. Empty calories are in foods that are mouth-watering delicious and will NOT cause to you gain weight…why else would they call them “empty” calories? Actually eating goodies containing empty calories will probably cause you to lose weight.

If you didn’t get a chance to purchase one of the excellent optional tours during the rally, you can visit some of the great attractions in the area on your own. A great place to visit is the RV/Motorhome Hall of Fame Museum. It’s just 14 miles from the fairgrounds and the regular admission price is just $10, or $8 for seniors. In my opinion this is a “must see” for any RVer.

Shipshewana is another interesting little town to visit, especially on Tuesday and Wednesday when the HUGE Flea Market is open. Did I say HUGE, it is GINORMOUS. Just across the street from the flea market is the Hostetler’s Hudson Museum. They have an outstanding collection of Hudson automobiles ranging from turn of the century racing models to the final years in the 50’s and everything in between. Be sure to eat at the Blue Gate Restaurant in Shipshewana too.
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Speaking of cinnamon...

If Bob has the Amish Bake Sale available again this year I highly recommend buying the cinnamon buns. They are E-X-C-E-L-L-E-N-T. The bake sale is another great way to pack on the empty calories. Empty calories are in foods that are mouth-watering delicious and will NOT cause to you gain weight…why else would they call them “empty” calories? Actually eating goodies containing empty calories will probably cause you to lose weight.

If you didn’t get a chance to purchase one of the excellent optional tours during the rally, you can visit some of the great attractions in the area on your own. A great place to visit is the RV/Motorhome Hall of Fame Museum. It’s just 14 miles from the fairgrounds and the regular admission price is just $10, or $8 for seniors. In my opinion this is a “must see” for any RVer.

Shipshewana is another interesting little town to visit, especially on Tuesday and Wednesday when the HUGE Flea Market is open. Did I say HUGE, it is GINORMOUS. Just across the street from the flea market is the Hostetler’s Hudson Museum. They have an outstanding collection of Hudson automobiles ranging from turn of the century racing models to the final years in the 50’s and everything in between. Be sure to eat at the Blue Gate Restaurant in Shipshewana too.
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